Monday, August 22, 2011

The SADIGURA Synagogue in Yechezkel Street / Jerusalem


The great Synagogue and Beit Midrash of Chassidut SADIGURA in Jerusalem. 
Location: Yechezkel Street / Corner Shmuel HaNavi.

Copyright / Photos taken 22 August 2011: Miriam Woelke


  1. B'H

    Impressive. Very beautiful!

    Do you know if it's packed? I always wandered if all those big Shuls were full or if it was just for external appearences. The only big shul I know for sure is packed is the Great Belzer Shul in Jerusalem. (I give them my money every year in Elul :-))

  2. B"H

    I honestly don't know whether the Synagogue is always full, as I haven't had the time to go inside. I always intended to but somehow ended up in Toldot Aharon.:-)

    What I do know is that the Beit Midrash has quite a few students but I can't say if all of them are Sadigura.

    However, the building complex is not that old and was built about ten years ago or less. I still remember a house with some haredi families standing on that property. That was in 1997. Only some time after, the Sadigura Synagogue was built.